Census Submits Citizenship and Other Questions for 2020 Census By Angelo Falcón The NiLP Report The Census Bureau yesterday submitted to the Congress the planned questions for the 2020 Census and America Community Survey. While the questions were generally not controversial, such as age, sex, income, etc., the last minute addition of a question on citizenship status ignited a firestorm of criticisms. Viewed by Latino advocates as a strictly partisan political move by the Trump administration and the Republican Party, it has, to date become the object of lawsuits challenging its constitutionality by 22 states. In the House of Representatives, Congress members such as Nydia Velazquez and Carolyn Maloney, among others, have sworn to block adoption of the citizenship question. Latino community leaders, led by Arturo Vargas of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO), have also expressed strong…

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